Rabbi Micah Greenland is the International Director of NCSY, a position he assumed in 2013, after serving for twelve years as Regional Director of Midwest NCSY. During his tenure as International Director, NCSY has dramatically increased its reach and impact, nearly doubling the numbers of participants in weekly events and summer programs, as well as doubling the organization's fundraising revenue. Rabbi Greenland is an alumnus of Fasman Yeshiva High School/Skokie Yeshiva, of Yeshivat Kerem B'Yavneh, and of Yeshiva University. He holds rabbinic ordination from RIETS, as well as a Master's degree in Jewish Education from the Azrieli Graduate School, and he is a sought after speaker on a variety of Jewish topics, especially in the fields of outreach and informal Jewish education. His vision and integrity in leading NCSY have earned him the respect of the staff and the lay leadership of the movement, and he has additional ambitious goals for the organization moving forward. In addition to his professional work in NCSY, Rabbi Greenland serves on the Board of Education of Arie Crown Hebrew Day School in Chicago and is past president of the Chicago Rabbinical Council.